Harry Price, PhD
Harry Price joined Stetson in 2001 and is an Associate Professor of Chemistry. He has taught and conducted research at the university level since 1995. Harry received his BS in Biology and PhD in Chemistry from the University of Illinois at Chicago. As a postdoctoral fellow at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, he carried out tropical disease research that focused on the development of drug resistance in the blood-borne parasite that causes African sleeping sickness in humans and related diseases in livestock.
As a faculty member at Stetson, Harry serves as program coordinator for the Biochemistry major offered by the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry. He has been recognized for teaching excellence receiving Stetson’s John Hague award, Stetson’s William Hugh McEniry award, and the American Chemical Society’s Outstanding Teacher at a Four-Year College award. Harry values collaborating with faculty and participating in interdisciplinary research. His research spans both experimental and computational chemistry. Student projects have ranged from the construction and characterization of biochemical fuel cells to the screening of bioactive constituents extracted from plants.
Chris Griffin possesses over 10 years of experience in administrative support through his work at Mainland High School, Stetson University Office of Continuing Education, and the US Army. This experience was built on the positions of core teacher and advisor to student clubs at Mainland High School, Director of Summer Conferences at Stetson University, and senior medic to an infantry company in the US Army. He has also recently graduated from Stetson University with a Master’s in Education Leadership.
Chris will be providing administrative support for the diverse programming offered by the Brown Center for Faculty Innovation and Excellence. His primary responsibilities will be managing a number of programs and events including new faculty orientation, teaching and learning consultations, communities of practice, small grant programs, course design institutes and workshops, and an annual Colloquium on Teaching and Learning.
As a program manager, he performs clerical and administrative duties related to operations and enrichment of the Center. He will be providing comprehensive concierge faculty services such as managing the resource room and expanding its inventory, supporting inclusion and equity strategies for faculty development that maximize diversity as a learning asset, creating contracts for speakers/ guests to Stetson University and managing event planning and logistics coordination for external constituencies.
Jamie Clark, DMA
Brown Faculty Fellow for New Tenure-Track and Contingent Faculty
Dr. Jamie Clark currently serves as Assistant Professor of Cello and Coordinator of Chamber Music at Stetson University. She received her Doctor of Musical Arts Degree from the New England Conservatory in 2018 upon the completion of her dissertation “The Art of Rehearsing: A Multidimensional Study in Rehearsing String Quartets.”.
Jamie was thrilled to join the faculty of Stetson University in the Fall of 2019. She has also served as a cello teacher and chamber music coach at the Phillips Exeter Academy, as well as teaching assistant to Laurence Lesser, Dr. Sean Gallagher, and Dr. Katarina Markovic at the New England Conservatory. She has also held recent teaching positions at the Boston String Academy and the Newton Music School in MA. An advocate for cellistic education and a global cello community, Jamie serves as the Blog Master and Cello Chat Coordinator for the educational website CelloBello. Jamie received her Doctor of Musical Arts Degree from the New England Conservatory with Laurence Lesser. She also graduated with honors from both the Eastman School of Music (BM) where she was a student of David Ying and the New England Conservatory (MM) where she was a student of Paul Katz
William Sause, PhD
Brown Faculty Fellow for Remote and Digital Learning
William Sause is an Assistant Professor of Practice in the Department of Business Systems and Analytics at Stetson’s School of Business. He holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science from Nova Southeastern University and has over fifteen years of professional experience as a software developer for corporations such as Lockheed Martin and McKesson. At Stetson’s School of Business, William teaches courses in programming, databases and big data, management information systems, and spreadsheet modeling. His research interests include virtual environments for e-learning and data visualization, software development, and artificial intelligence. As the Brown Center Fellow for Digital and Remote Learning, William consults with faculty colleagues on the transition to online delivery of classes and promotes faculty development in digital and remote learning.
Pamela Cappas-Toro, PhD
Brown Faculty Fellow for Community Engagement
Pamela Cappas-Toro, who earned her PhD from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, is an Associate Professor of World Languages and Cultures at Stetson University. While completing her doctoral degree, Cappas-Toro joined the Education Justice Project, a model college-in-prison program that demonstrates the positive impacts of higher education upon incarcerated people, their families, and the communities from which they come (2010-2013). In the EJP, she taught numerous ESL, LatinX studies, and Afro-Latin American workshops. At Stetson University, she teaches Spanish & Portuguese, Latin American literatures and cultures, and LatinX Studies.
Her passion for social justice, community engagement scholarship, and commitment to undergraduate education guide her efforts as the co-founder and co-director of the Community Education Project, a liberal arts higher education in prison initiative based in Florida since 2015. She has recently co-written an article on the potential and limits of critical pedagogy in carceral spaces: “Higher Education in Prison: Critical Pedagogy and Incarcerated Student Identities.” Her current research explores questions of power in pedagogical strategies for second language acquisition and language usage in carceral classrooms. In 2016, she served as a steering committee member to launch the National Alliance for Higher Education in Prison. In 2017, she was selected as a national finalist for the Lynton Award for the Scholarship of Engagement for Early Career Faculty, sponsored by the Center for Public Service at Brown University. Cappas-Toro is also the founder and director of La Casa Cultural Latina at Stetson. This cultural center provides ESL courses for community members, extends educational opportunities into our community, serves as a satellite space for local non-profit organizations, and engages Stetson students in community-based learning and internship opportunities.
Elijah L. Goodman
Student Office Coordinator
Elijah Goodman is currently a Junior majoring in computer science. He is a dedicated student and worker. He has made the Dean’s List for multiple semesters. He was the 2nd chair euphonium player in the Stetson University Concert Band.
As Student Office Coordinator, he oversees other student workers. He is also the bridge between the other student workers and the managers and directors. In his free time, Elijah enjoys playing his guitar and piano.
Budget Management Intern – Graduate Assistant
To be announced.